February 8, 2012 RSS feed / Letters

More than fair

To the editor: The neighbors of the Plant Home take exception to your Feb. 3 editorial, “Be Fair to the Plant Home,” because the city of Bath has been more than fair to the Plant Home. More...

Clear choice exists

To the editor: Chris Johnson, the Democrat Party candidate for the special election in Senate District 20 on Feb. 14, has made his top campaign priority very clear. He is running to represent the people of Senate District 20. More...

Wealth and greatness

To the editor: I have a worthwhile observation on presidential politics. I read an article recently on the topic of the wealth of presidents. Mitt Romney, if he becomes our leader, would by far be the richest president in U.S. history. More...

Smart food

To the editor: Thanks to Howie Barter for his kind letter (“A great feed,” Jan. 30) about lunch in the Culinary Café at Bath Regional Career and Technical Center (BRCTC). More...

Fabled vessel

To the editor: I read with interest your article “ Destroyer Going Home,” on page A5 of the Jan. 25 edition. More...

Alternatives to cuts

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A well-run operation

To the editor: Recently, I had an opportunity to sit in on a portion of the board meeting for the Bath Youth Meetinghouse and Skatepark. The quality of leadership demonstrated by the board compels me to write. More...

Misplaced blame

To the editor: I would like to thank Brunswick Codes Enforcement Officer Jeff Hutchinson and the town staff for their actions to avoid a disaster by condemning the home at 77 Pleasant St., Brunswick. More...

Dashing hope

To the editor: On the spur of the moment, I went to Augusta to attend the candlelight vigil outside the State House just before Gov. Paul LePage’s State of the State address. More...

Fueling a safer nation

To the editor: New fuel efficiency standards proposed by President Obama, the auto industry, Environmental Protection Agency and Department of Transportation would double the current standards by 2025. More...

Great shows

To the editor: Brunswick is fortunate to have a little gem of a theater in its midst. More...

A unifying movement

To the editor: Occupy Brunswick invites the community to join a conversation about the Occupy Movement on Sunday at 4 p.m. at Curtis Memorial Library, 23 Pleasant St., Brunswick. More...

Reconsider rectory vote

To the editor: In a souvenir booklet issued on the 50th anniversary of St. John’s parish in 1927, it states that the land and home on the corner of Union and Pleasant streets was purchased in 1876 from Capt. McManus. More...

‘Success’ for whom?

To the editor: I am responding to Rep. Kim Olsen’s local commentary, titled “GOP legislators build on 2011 success,” which was published on Jan. 20. More...

Magic meters?

To the editor: Our latest flier from Central Maine Power (no. 00083876) is titled “New online map tool gives you information during an outage.” More...

Health care delusions

To the editor: Among solutions to important public policy issues, the most seductive — and the most deceptive — is the single-payer option Julie Pease advocates for health care, (Local commentary, “ Universal health care can’t More...

Not acceptable

To the editor: By far the leading cause of domestic violence is an abusive personality that seeks control and power over the victim. Regardless of the cause, domestic violence and abuse are not acceptable for any reason. More...

Slow road

To the editor: Your Jan. More...

A great feed

To the editor: Last week, I had the opportunity to go to lunch at the café at Bath Regional Vocational Center. More...

No-fault termination

To the editor: I had the misfortune of learning exactly what the nofault termination law means for employees in the state of Maine. Apparently, an employer is allowed to fire you for no reason, and it is perfectly OK. More...